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NAME: Celtic – Rangers
DATE: December 30, 2017
TIME: 7:00 PMET
VENUE: Celtic Park, Glasgow , Scotland

Celtic vs Rangers

Jonny Hayes is likely to miss the rest of the season after breaking his leg in the 2-0 win over Dundee on Boxing Day.

The winger has been added to Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers ‘ injury list ahead of the visit of Rangers on Saturday although Scott Sinclair returns after recovering from a knock.

Rangers boss Graeme Murty is hoping midfielder Ryan Jack will pull through in time to face the Hoops.

Jack came off worst in a challenge with Motherwell defender Cedric Kipre on Wednesday night and had to be carried off on a stretcher with a knee injury – but Murty is not giving up on the player featuring at Parkhead.

Murty, who guided his side to a 1-1 draw at Celtic Park while in interim charge last season, is now Rangers boss full-time until the summer at least.

“They look more direct,” Rodgers said.

“Graeme’s changed his shape a few times, but it’s pretty much the same players and I don’t think there will be too many surprises for us.”

Murty was placed in charge of Rangers following the departure of Mark Warburton in February this year, during which time he led them to that Old Firm derby draw last March.

Pedro Caixinha was then made manager but after his sacking in October, Murty was again placed in interim charge.

The former Scotland and Reading full-back was named manager until the summer following Rangers’ unsuccessful attempt to secure Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes.”I’m just glad for Graeme that he eventually got the job until the end of the season,” Rodgers added. “It’s never easy and at least there is some sort of clarity for him after a long period of time.

“He’s clearly good at his job. He’s still held with a respect within the club. He’s earned the right to get that opportunity and he’ll be looking to put his own stamp on it between now and the end of the season to make sure he gets the job on a longer basis.”

Rodgers has yet to taste defeat in an Old Firm match and, with his side currently enjoying an eight point lead over second-placed Aberdeen and an 11-point lead over Rangers in third, he is focussed on putting more daylight between his troops and their rivals.

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